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Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version,

(16 customer reviews)

1330 Riyal

Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, is available in Saudi Arabia.

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Description

Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, – Features & Prices in Saudi Arabia :

Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, 128GB, Phantom Silver – Unlocked (Renewed)

Product Dimensions
6.7 x 3.4 x 2.44 inches
Item Weight
12.3 ounces
ASIN
B08Z63QRD2
Item model number
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G
Batteries
1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
OS
Android
RAM
8 GB
Wireless communication technologies
Cellular
Connectivity technologies
Wireless, Bluetooth
Special Features
Bluetooth Enabled, Expandable Memory, LTE, Wireless Charging, Water Resistant
Display technology
AMOLED
Other display features
Wireless
Other camera features
Front
Form Factor
Slate
Colour
Phantom Violet
Battery Power Rating
4800
Included Components
AKG Headset, Data, STD Battery
Manufacturer
Samsung
Date First Available
March 16, 2021

 

Test video – Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, :

 

 

 

Product highlights :

  • Product Type -Cellular Phone
  • Package Quantity-1
  • Package Dimension-6.9299999929314 inchesL X 3.6599999962668 inchesW X 1.4599999985108 inchesH
  • Package Weight -0.76941329438 Lbs
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    Questions & Answers – Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, :

    ➕ What is the price of Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, in Saudi Arabia ?

    The price of Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, in-store is 1330 SAR VAT.

    ➕ When Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, was released ?

    The release date was March 16, 2021.

    ➕ What is the price of Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, cheap used ?

    The price of Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, used is 930 SAR VAT.

    ➕ What are the main characteristics of Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, ?

    Special specifications :
  • Product Type -Cellular Phone
  • Package Quantity-1
  • ➕ Is it interesting to buy this product ?

    The best people who can answer you are customers who have already bought and tested this product (See Customer Reviews). This product is rated 4.2 / 5 on Amazon.

    ➕ Where to buy Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, in Saudi Arabia ?

    Mall, Supermarkets, Amazon, Specialized stores, ….

     

    Technical specifications – Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version, :

     

    Brand
    SAMSUNG
    Model Name
    Samsung Galaxy S21 plus
    Wireless Carrier
    Unlocked for All Carriers
    Operating System
    Android
    Cellular Technology
    5G
    Memory Storage Capacity
    128 GB
    Connectivity Technology
    Wireless, Bluetooth
    Color
    Phantom Violet
    Screen Size
    6.7 Inches
    Wireless network technology
    GSM, Wi-Fi, CDMA

     

     

    Purchase advice :

    • Warranty :

      Check the duration of the warranty and also the faults and defects it covers. Is it complete or limited? and What is included in the warranty (parts, repairs or both)?

    • Shipping :

      Is delivery offered? And how long does it take to get delivered (Delivery time)

    • Proof of purchase :

      Does the shop give you an invoice ?

    • After-sales service :

      Do they have an after-sales service to have information about the installation or operation (instructions for use). Also in case of problem, it is the seller who takes charge or you must contact the manufacturer or supplier yourself.

     

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    16 reviews for Samsung Galaxy S21+ Plus 5G, US Version,

    1. Z. F (verified owner)

      Great phone – The galaxy 21 phones do not work on the cricket wireless 5g according to cricket.

    2. D. R (verified owner)

      Apple user trying out Android, so far so good – So I’ve been a pretty steady Apple user for a while. But, the last iOS update killed a lot of my 3rd party app notifications and apparently to fix I needed to upgrade my phone. Which is pretty much what keeps happening every two generations of iPhones. So I thought I’d switch to an android phone to see how it worked. So far so good, my only complaint is PDFs download instead of showing up in Chrome. Also, I don’t love all of the Samsung bloatwear. (Honestly, there a couple of Samsung apps that are fantastic, so I don’t mind living with it.). Picked up a refurbished by Amazon phone and while missing the OEM charging cord and the plastic screen coverings it looked like new. Face recognition is about the same as iPhone, fingerprint recognition is fine until you put a screen cover on, and battery life is about 1.75 days of normal use. (Some video, lots of email and chat, a little gaming.)

    3. C. L (verified owner)

      Did not disappoint – I was on the fence about purchasing a renewed phone but I’ve had good luck with purchases from Amazon in the past (which does include a purchase of a phone). I decided to go for it and I’m happy I did. The phone looks like brand new. The only difference was that it came in a plain box – not the original packaging. The phone is in pristine condition and I have no complaints about it’s performance so far. I’m glad I took the leap of faith!

    4. A. M (verified owner)

      Convinced wife to go Android ! – Thank the big phone captains in the sky that I convinced my wife to go Android. Now I don’t have to maintain two types of phones. Besides, I don’t like iPhones, and her old one is put away. Now she and I have the same phone, and if you’re the home IT guy you know it’s easier to maintain one system. The 21+ 5G is a good phone. The way Android works is logical to me, and if any of us use half the features, settings, adjustments, etc that’s possible to make on today’s phones, this phone just cruises along. It’s a great value for the money. The phones that are coming out today don’t seem to offer much in the way of new or improved features, so why the high cost? My point is this…that this phone will do a lot more than 90% of us will use. If you can find one at a great price and you’re in the market, go for it. They’re easy to set up, it works like a person thinks…..insinuating orderly here….and the interface has a modern appeal to it. No clunky crayon-like fonts on the home screen, stuff like that. Now when the wifey asks how to do this or that, how to make something do something, I know what she’s talking about. I don’t have to go learn how Steve Jobs and company did it.

    5. A. G (verified owner)

      Fingerprints – It reads fingerprints if you redo them with the case on

    6. D. R (verified owner)

      Apple user trying out Android, so far so good – So I’ve been a pretty steady Apple user for a while. But, the last iOS update killed a lot of my 3rd party app notifications and apparently to fix I needed to upgrade my phone. Which is pretty much what keeps happening every two generations of iPhones. So I thought I’d switch to an android phone to see how it worked. So far so good, my only complaint is PDFs download instead of showing up in Chrome. Also, I don’t love all of the Samsung bloatwear. (Honestly, there a couple of Samsung apps that are fantastic, so I don’t mind living with it.). Picked up a refurbished by Amazon phone and while missing the OEM charging cord and the plastic screen coverings it looked like new. Face recognition is about the same as iPhone, fingerprint recognition is fine until you put a screen cover on, and battery life is about 1.75 days of normal use. (Some video, lots of email and chat, a little gaming.)

    7. O. B (verified owner)

      Great phone bad charger – Phone came in excellent condition zero scratches or problems so far and enough charge to start setting it up right out of the box, came in a generic box which is fine by me but the charger and cable it came with are definitely whatever the cheapest they could find, was a little excited to the the type C to C cable as well as the fast charger but luckily I already had a fast charger and good cable from my S9.

    8. A. G (verified owner)

      Fingerprints – It reads fingerprints if you redo them with the case on

    9. O. B (verified owner)

      Great phone bad charger – Phone came in excellent condition zero scratches or problems so far and enough charge to start setting it up right out of the box, came in a generic box which is fine by me but the charger and cable it came with are definitely whatever the cheapest they could find, was a little excited to the the type C to C cable as well as the fast charger but luckily I already had a fast charger and good cable from my S9.

    10. G. G (verified owner)

      Absolutely Perfect – As a flagship smartphone collector I’ve been collecting flagship smartphones for over 5 years now and this one out of all of them has came in the best condition I’ve ever seen. It was as if it was never used. No scratches, no scrapes, battery health was at max it was perfect. The seller I bought it from was Macalegin Electronics. I highly recommend them as they’ve been refurbishing smartphones ever since 2004. So they have quite the experience in that field. Definitely a 10/10 in my book

    11. A. M (verified owner)

      Convinced wife to go Android ! – Thank the big phone captains in the sky that I convinced my wife to go Android. Now I don’t have to maintain two types of phones. Besides, I don’t like iPhones, and her old one is put away. Now she and I have the same phone, and if you’re the home IT guy you know it’s easier to maintain one system. The 21+ 5G is a good phone. The way Android works is logical to me, and if any of us use half the features, settings, adjustments, etc that’s possible to make on today’s phones, this phone just cruises along. It’s a great value for the money. The phones that are coming out today don’t seem to offer much in the way of new or improved features, so why the high cost? My point is this…that this phone will do a lot more than 90% of us will use. If you can find one at a great price and you’re in the market, go for it. They’re easy to set up, it works like a person thinks…..insinuating orderly here….and the interface has a modern appeal to it. No clunky crayon-like fonts on the home screen, stuff like that. Now when the wifey asks how to do this or that, how to make something do something, I know what she’s talking about. I don’t have to go learn how Steve Jobs and company did it.

    12. Z. F (verified owner)

      Great phone – The galaxy 21 phones do not work on the cricket wireless 5g according to cricket.

    13. G. G (verified owner)

      Absolutely Perfect – As a flagship smartphone collector I’ve been collecting flagship smartphones for over 5 years now and this one out of all of them has came in the best condition I’ve ever seen. It was as if it was never used. No scratches, no scrapes, battery health was at max it was perfect. The seller I bought it from was Macalegin Electronics. I highly recommend them as they’ve been refurbishing smartphones ever since 2004. So they have quite the experience in that field. Definitely a 10/10 in my book

    14. C. L (verified owner)

      Did not disappoint – I was on the fence about purchasing a renewed phone but I’ve had good luck with purchases from Amazon in the past (which does include a purchase of a phone). I decided to go for it and I’m happy I did. The phone looks like brand new. The only difference was that it came in a plain box – not the original packaging. The phone is in pristine condition and I have no complaints about it’s performance so far. I’m glad I took the leap of faith!

    15. Z. M (verified owner)

      Is not word the price – The experience with the phone is the what I expected the screen had details on it.The side of the phone had details as well

    16. Z. M (verified owner)

      Is not word the price – The experience with the phone is the what I expected the screen had details on it.The side of the phone had details as well

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